Baby Bells Lose Key FCC Vote

The Federal Communications Commission rejects an effort by the Baby Bell regional phone companies to lift regulations governing use of local phone networks. Today's decision means the Bell companies must continue leasing parts of their networks to rivals, in the name of competition. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.

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